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BREAKING: Olamide Badoo signs new multi-million naira Itel Ambassadorial Contract

BREAKING: Olamide Badoo signs new multi-million naira Itel Ambassadorial Contract

By Dansu Peter

The music ace, Olamide Adedeji popularly called Badoo has just signed a new contract to become an ambassador for telecommunications giant, Itel.

Mr. Oke Umurhohwo, the brand manager of Itel in Nigeria made the disclosure via his Facebook time-line this morning.

Umurhohwo expressed satisfaction after getting the contract signed by the popular hip-hop musician, Olamide. 

His post:





By Dansu Peter

The music ace, Olamide Adedeji popularly called Badoo has just signed a new contract to become an ambassador for telecommunications giant, Itel.

Mr. Oke Umurhohwo, the brand manager of Itel in Nigeria made the disclosure via his Facebook time-line this morning.

Umurhohwo expressed satisfaction after getting the contract signed by the popular hip-hop musician, Olamide. 

His post:





Watch video, the moment man caught wife red-handed in hotel with lover

Watch video, the moment man caught wife red-handed in hotel with lover

By News Proof 

A video which is going round on social media has captured the moment a man unleashed his anger after catching his wife red handed in a hotel room with another man. The country of the incidence is unknown as at the time of the report.

According to reports, the lady had gone to a hotel with her lover, and after some minutes, her husband arrived at the scene.

The lady who was shocked after seeing her husband in the same hotel tried to calm his anger down, but he kept on yelling at the both of them, especially his wife’s lover.

According to the husband, he has the right to kill the man for catching him in a hotel with his wife.

Watch the video below;

 

Culled from Amiloaded
By News Proof 

A video which is going round on social media has captured the moment a man unleashed his anger after catching his wife red handed in a hotel room with another man. The country of the incidence is unknown as at the time of the report.

According to reports, the lady had gone to a hotel with her lover, and after some minutes, her husband arrived at the scene.

The lady who was shocked after seeing her husband in the same hotel tried to calm his anger down, but he kept on yelling at the both of them, especially his wife’s lover.

According to the husband, he has the right to kill the man for catching him in a hotel with his wife.

Watch the video below;

 

Culled from Amiloaded

Covid-19: Popular Nigerian born British rapper dies of coronavirus

Covid-19: Popular Nigerian born British rapper dies of coronavirus

A Nigerian born British Rapper, Ty is dead at the age of 47 due to “complications” from coronavirus, his team reportedly confirmed on Thursday.

Ben “Ty” Chijioke was fighting for his life in a medically-induced coma after he tested positive for COVID-19, according to The Daily Mail.

A fundraiser for the critically acclaimed UK hip-hop star was launched in early April.

According to the page, the music star was: “admitted into the hospital with medical complications related to Covid-19.

“Shortly after, he was put in a medically induced coma to temporarily sedate to help his body receive the appropriate treatment.”

The star was then placed into a medically-induced coma, and later put on a ventilator, but was moved out of intensive care after his condition improved.

In the fundraisers’ last post on April 19, friend Diane Laidlow said: ‘Hey guys. Just to update you that TY is now out of the intensive care unit and is on a normal ward. He is doing much better. Super excited.’

‘I closed the page a few days ago but several people contacted me because they wanted to donate so I opened it again for a few days.’ 

Ty first shot to prominence in 2001 with his The Awkward, and his second album Upwards was nominated for The Mercury Prize in 2004. 

He went onto release three more albums with his last being A Work Of Heart in 2018.

Last year Ty also formed a supergroup called Kingdem featuring rappers Blak Twang and Rodney P. 

The rap superstar also collaborated with artists including Soweto Kinch, De La Soul and Roots Manuva. 

Since Ty’s passing many stars have paid tribute on social media, with Roots Manuva writing: ‘Rest my Brother. You did good.’

Blak Twang posted: ‘KING ”BENEDICT OBIOMA GODWIN EVERY LITTLE STEP IS A SOVEREIGN” Forever in my heart bro… Rest well my guy… we were blessed with your greatness.’  

Ghetts simply posted: ‘Ty fly high my brother,’ while  Roots Manuva posted: ‘Rest my brother. You did good.’ 
A Nigerian born British Rapper, Ty is dead at the age of 47 due to “complications” from coronavirus, his team reportedly confirmed on Thursday.

Ben “Ty” Chijioke was fighting for his life in a medically-induced coma after he tested positive for COVID-19, according to The Daily Mail.

A fundraiser for the critically acclaimed UK hip-hop star was launched in early April.

According to the page, the music star was: “admitted into the hospital with medical complications related to Covid-19.

“Shortly after, he was put in a medically induced coma to temporarily sedate to help his body receive the appropriate treatment.”

The star was then placed into a medically-induced coma, and later put on a ventilator, but was moved out of intensive care after his condition improved.

In the fundraisers’ last post on April 19, friend Diane Laidlow said: ‘Hey guys. Just to update you that TY is now out of the intensive care unit and is on a normal ward. He is doing much better. Super excited.’

‘I closed the page a few days ago but several people contacted me because they wanted to donate so I opened it again for a few days.’ 

Ty first shot to prominence in 2001 with his The Awkward, and his second album Upwards was nominated for The Mercury Prize in 2004. 

He went onto release three more albums with his last being A Work Of Heart in 2018.

Last year Ty also formed a supergroup called Kingdem featuring rappers Blak Twang and Rodney P. 

The rap superstar also collaborated with artists including Soweto Kinch, De La Soul and Roots Manuva. 

Since Ty’s passing many stars have paid tribute on social media, with Roots Manuva writing: ‘Rest my Brother. You did good.’

Blak Twang posted: ‘KING ”BENEDICT OBIOMA GODWIN EVERY LITTLE STEP IS A SOVEREIGN” Forever in my heart bro… Rest well my guy… we were blessed with your greatness.’  

Ghetts simply posted: ‘Ty fly high my brother,’ while  Roots Manuva posted: ‘Rest my brother. You did good.’ 

Stay-at-home Contest: Malta Guinness announces winners of #MaltaShotAtGreatness Challenge

Stay-at-home Contest: Malta Guinness announces winners of #MaltaShotAtGreatness Challenge

By Jumoke Owoola 

Malta Guinness has unveiled the Winners of the stay at home challenge tagged 
#MaltaShotAtGreatness Challenge, a photography challenge that saw photography enthusiasts showcase creative images featuring Malta Guinness variants with the grand prize of a “Photoshoot Contract with Malta Guinness and One Year Supply of Malta Guinness to the emerging winner.

Over 500 hundred entries were received, and they all displayed a diverse range of creative works, all wrapping the nourishing goodness and energy of Malta Guinness in great lighting and colour. 

The amazing and talented panel of judges; Bayo Omoboriowo, Nate Genius and George Okoro reviewed the entries during a three-day live session on Instagram sharing their personal journey to greatness,
inspiring up-coming photographers to keep reaching for greatness and exploring their creative talents. 

The winner of the Challenge - Agboh Ayodeji Henry with Instagram handle “@dehenvisuals who couldn’t contain his excitement during the Instagram live exclaimed “I am very excited to emerge as the winner, I did not expect it! Thank you to the Judges for selecting my entry, I have learnt a lot from all the photography reviews. My deepest appreciation to Malta Guinness for their continuous commitment to fueling the greatness of Nigerian creatives.”

The other two runner-up entries were Ijaola Oyinlola Ifeoluwa and Godwin Chukwuebuka and they 
were rewarded with One Year Supply of Malta Guinness as consolation prizes.

Below are some of the top entries photos :











By Jumoke Owoola 

Malta Guinness has unveiled the Winners of the stay at home challenge tagged 
#MaltaShotAtGreatness Challenge, a photography challenge that saw photography enthusiasts showcase creative images featuring Malta Guinness variants with the grand prize of a “Photoshoot Contract with Malta Guinness and One Year Supply of Malta Guinness to the emerging winner.

Over 500 hundred entries were received, and they all displayed a diverse range of creative works, all wrapping the nourishing goodness and energy of Malta Guinness in great lighting and colour. 

The amazing and talented panel of judges; Bayo Omoboriowo, Nate Genius and George Okoro reviewed the entries during a three-day live session on Instagram sharing their personal journey to greatness,
inspiring up-coming photographers to keep reaching for greatness and exploring their creative talents. 

The winner of the Challenge - Agboh Ayodeji Henry with Instagram handle “@dehenvisuals who couldn’t contain his excitement during the Instagram live exclaimed “I am very excited to emerge as the winner, I did not expect it! Thank you to the Judges for selecting my entry, I have learnt a lot from all the photography reviews. My deepest appreciation to Malta Guinness for their continuous commitment to fueling the greatness of Nigerian creatives.”

The other two runner-up entries were Ijaola Oyinlola Ifeoluwa and Godwin Chukwuebuka and they 
were rewarded with One Year Supply of Malta Guinness as consolation prizes.

Below are some of the top entries photos :











King of Boys: Kemi Adetiba Partners Malta Guinness to Offer Fans Movie Roles

King of Boys: Kemi Adetiba Partners Malta Guinness to Offer Fans Movie Roles

 By Jumoke Owoola 

King of Boys Director, Kemi Adetiba in collaboration with Malta Guinness- Africa’s No. 1 premium malt drink is encouraging fans of the blockbuster franchise, to remain at home with an exciting social media challenge tagged #KOBSTAYHOMECHALLENGE. This challenge offers 
four major roles to aspiring Actors in the King of Boys sequel. 

In an official announcement by 
KOB Director, Kemi Adetiba, she states, “Every day I receive tons of messages from aspiring Actors seeking an opportunity to showcase their talent. To fuel their greatness, I’m excited to announce the #KOBStayHomeChallenge, powered by the nourishing goodness of Malta Guinness.to enter, Actors must re-enact any scene from the original King Of Boys movie and post on 
their Instagram page with the hashtags #KOBstayHomeChallenge #KOBXMaltaGuinness 
#StayHomeStaySafe. This competition is open for everyone, except those with an existing 
cinema movie credit.”

Speaking to the role of Malta Guinness, Ifeoma Agu, Senior Brand Manager, Premium Non-Alcoholic Drinks, Guinness Nigeria explains, “Malta Guinness is proud to be associated with this challenge as the brand has been fueling the can-do spirit of Nigerians and supporting the Nigerian entertainment industry for the past three decades. Malta Guinness will reward the winners of this challenge with a year supply of Malta Guinness each and also feature the top two finalists in a Malta Guinness Visual Campaign later this year. As Nigeria’s most loved premium malt drink packed with energy giving vitamins and goodness, we are committed to empowering Nigerians to stay safe and “enjoy every moment”.

In 2018, King of Boys, made history as the biggest ever opening week for a non-comedy Nollywood film before grossing over N245 million in box office worldwide. 
For more details on the challenge, watch this Instagram video. 

 By Jumoke Owoola 

King of Boys Director, Kemi Adetiba in collaboration with Malta Guinness- Africa’s No. 1 premium malt drink is encouraging fans of the blockbuster franchise, to remain at home with an exciting social media challenge tagged #KOBSTAYHOMECHALLENGE. This challenge offers 
four major roles to aspiring Actors in the King of Boys sequel. 

In an official announcement by 
KOB Director, Kemi Adetiba, she states, “Every day I receive tons of messages from aspiring Actors seeking an opportunity to showcase their talent. To fuel their greatness, I’m excited to announce the #KOBStayHomeChallenge, powered by the nourishing goodness of Malta Guinness.to enter, Actors must re-enact any scene from the original King Of Boys movie and post on 
their Instagram page with the hashtags #KOBstayHomeChallenge #KOBXMaltaGuinness 
#StayHomeStaySafe. This competition is open for everyone, except those with an existing 
cinema movie credit.”

Speaking to the role of Malta Guinness, Ifeoma Agu, Senior Brand Manager, Premium Non-Alcoholic Drinks, Guinness Nigeria explains, “Malta Guinness is proud to be associated with this challenge as the brand has been fueling the can-do spirit of Nigerians and supporting the Nigerian entertainment industry for the past three decades. Malta Guinness will reward the winners of this challenge with a year supply of Malta Guinness each and also feature the top two finalists in a Malta Guinness Visual Campaign later this year. As Nigeria’s most loved premium malt drink packed with energy giving vitamins and goodness, we are committed to empowering Nigerians to stay safe and “enjoy every moment”.

In 2018, King of Boys, made history as the biggest ever opening week for a non-comedy Nollywood film before grossing over N245 million in box office worldwide. 
For more details on the challenge, watch this Instagram video. 

WEIRD PHOTOS: Alleged Female Ritualist Turns Goat In Èkìtì School

WEIRD PHOTOS: Alleged Female Ritualist Turns Goat In Èkìtì School

By News Proof

A suspected female Ritualist today turned to a goat at Oganganmodu Grammar School in Ekiti.

A Facebook user, Ọmọ Ológo Èkìtì shared the weird incident thus;

See more photos 






By News Proof

A suspected female Ritualist today turned to a goat at Oganganmodu Grammar School in Ekiti.

A Facebook user, Ọmọ Ológo Èkìtì shared the weird incident thus;

See more photos 






Woman Who Impregnated Self With Stolen Billionaire's Sperm Wins $2millions

Woman Who Impregnated Self With Stolen Billionaire's Sperm Wins $2millions


JANE

A 40-year-old Las Vegas hotel cleaner won a child support battle against a 28-year-old millionaire who she never slept with.

Jane was 36 when she stole a used condom from a then 24-year-old tech millionaire’s hotel garbage can.

She inserted the semen inside her vagina and became pregnant with a baby boy who is now 4-years-old.

During the child support hearing, Jane confessed that she never slept with the young millionaire and that she impregnated herself with his sperm while she was cleaning his room.

“He left his bank statement on the nightstand in his hotel room and I saw it when I was cleaning, at the time I wanted a baby so bad and I thought it would be better if I had a baby with a rich man”

The paternity test where conducted and the young millionaire is the father. The court ordered him to pay the mother of the child $2 million for the 3 years of his son’s life he missed.

His lawyers said their client is planning to pursue other legal actions against the mother for stealing his bodily fluids and violating his privacy.

Meanwhile, Jane had quit the hotel cleaning job and started a few businesses with her newfound fortune, she still has full custody of her child whom she named after his father.

JANE

A 40-year-old Las Vegas hotel cleaner won a child support battle against a 28-year-old millionaire who she never slept with.

Jane was 36 when she stole a used condom from a then 24-year-old tech millionaire’s hotel garbage can.

She inserted the semen inside her vagina and became pregnant with a baby boy who is now 4-years-old.

During the child support hearing, Jane confessed that she never slept with the young millionaire and that she impregnated herself with his sperm while she was cleaning his room.

“He left his bank statement on the nightstand in his hotel room and I saw it when I was cleaning, at the time I wanted a baby so bad and I thought it would be better if I had a baby with a rich man”

The paternity test where conducted and the young millionaire is the father. The court ordered him to pay the mother of the child $2 million for the 3 years of his son’s life he missed.

His lawyers said their client is planning to pursue other legal actions against the mother for stealing his bodily fluids and violating his privacy.

Meanwhile, Jane had quit the hotel cleaning job and started a few businesses with her newfound fortune, she still has full custody of her child whom she named after his father.

Beautiful Lagos State Health Worker Cries Out As Fraudster Uses Her Photos In Fake Social Media Account

Beautiful Lagos State Health Worker Cries Out As Fraudster Uses Her Photos In Fake Social Media Account


Adeyemi Olayinka
Adeyemi Olayinka
A  beautiful lady identified as Adeyemi Olayinka who worked as a health worker with the Lagos State Ambulance Service, LASAMBUS has cried out over the discovery that his photos have been used by an alleged fraudster to register for a Facebook account.

The fraudster, according to a post by Yinka on her original Facebook account has opened the account since 2017 using a fictitious name, Ojebode Olumide.

In a disclaimer post by Adeyemi Olayinka, she said; "ALERT 🚨
I just discovered a profile pretending to be me with another name since 2017, the profile has more of my pictures with the name #OJEBODE #OLUMIDE #OLA pls report or disregard any requests from such person or anyone using my picture. Thanks"


Many unsuspecting publics have fallen victims of so many fraudsters who use such beautiful lady's photos to open fake social media accounts in a bid to dupe them.

Yinka, having discovered the fake account has reported the user o the social media giant, Facebook.

Some of Adeyemi Olayinka's photo used by the fraudster to open the fake account:







Adeyemi Olayinka
Adeyemi Olayinka
A  beautiful lady identified as Adeyemi Olayinka who worked as a health worker with the Lagos State Ambulance Service, LASAMBUS has cried out over the discovery that his photos have been used by an alleged fraudster to register for a Facebook account.

The fraudster, according to a post by Yinka on her original Facebook account has opened the account since 2017 using a fictitious name, Ojebode Olumide.

In a disclaimer post by Adeyemi Olayinka, she said; "ALERT 🚨
I just discovered a profile pretending to be me with another name since 2017, the profile has more of my pictures with the name #OJEBODE #OLUMIDE #OLA pls report or disregard any requests from such person or anyone using my picture. Thanks"


Many unsuspecting publics have fallen victims of so many fraudsters who use such beautiful lady's photos to open fake social media accounts in a bid to dupe them.

Yinka, having discovered the fake account has reported the user o the social media giant, Facebook.

Some of Adeyemi Olayinka's photo used by the fraudster to open the fake account:






MR BIGG’S REJIGS OPERATIONS, ROLLS OUT CONTEMPORARY RESTAURANTS

MR BIGG’S REJIGS OPERATIONS, ROLLS OUT CONTEMPORARY RESTAURANTS

By Goldmark Owoola-Adeojo

Mr Bigg’s, the Quick Service Restaurants (QSR) arm of UACN of Nigeria, being run by its subsidiary, UAC Restaurants Limited has revved up its service by remodeling its restaurants in a new initiative aimed at positively redefining the lifestyle of its numerous customers.

The new initiative is principally aimed at sustaining the heritage of the 33 years old outfit by raising the customer service to a new level.

The foremost indigenous and largest fast-growing QSR business in West Africa, with over 100 restaurants in Nigeria started as fully company owned before it transformed into partial franchise, and later full franchise.

The new initiative according to Mrs. Ethel Mba, Marketing Manager, UACN Restaurants, is to remodel the restaurants into a scintillating go-to restaurant of high value lifestyle.
Speaking at the pioneer model Restaurant located at Northwest Filling Station by the Victoria Garden City, VGC, Lekki, Lagos, during a media tour of some restaurants on Wednesday, Mba added that the new approach promises to sustain excellence in wide variety of dishes, Patries and Confectionaries to the delight of its teeming consumers, which is the heritage of Mr Bigg’s.

She explained that the VGC restaurant which was opened on the 9th of July, 2019 will remain the ‘signature poster’ for all the other restaurants in the new concept, aimed at bringing world class meal experience for Nigeria consumers with regards to customer service and restaurant ambience.

The VGC Restaurant presents a cozy ambience backed up by excellent service delivery by professionals to give customers unparalleled experience in a friendly setting. The conveniences, the downstairs lobby, the upper lobby are world-class, coupled with an excellent Kiddies Corner named “Duplin Planet” are aimed at providing the whole family with unforgettable experience.
Mba assured that apart from the VGC Restaurant, two other restaurants will spring up in Amuwo Odofin by Festac town and Abule Egba along Lagos Abeokuta Express Way very soon.
“The new restaurants will be patterned after the structure of the Northwest restaurant by VGC to deliver high-quality food and good ambience as the basic standard. The menu offering will be aimed at providing wide variety of choices to meet the customer tastes and trends,” she said.

Not a few customers agree that no restaurant can survive without offering quality food and service aimed at giving patrons a satisfying experience.
 Mrs. Gbemisola Lekan, a customer who walked into the VGC restaurant with her kids asserts that a good family restaurant is one that offers delicious food that reminds people of the favorite meals their mothers cooked when they were kids.

She recalled with excitement that products like Mr Bigg’s meat pie, Chicken pie, and Scotch eggs are legendary and still remains the best.
Other patrons averred that in terms of comfort, the new restaurant is well cut out with space wide enough to avoid congestion and movement interruptions.
Mr Bigg's history began with the coffee shops inside Kingsway Department Stores in the 1960s. In 1973, these shops were rebranded as Kingsway Rendezvous, which became Mr Bigg's in 1986. The chain saw rapid expansion after becoming one of the first Nigerian companies to sell franchises to investors.
In 2012, UAC Restaurants adopted a full franchising business model making it the first to establish Franchise restaurants in order to grow the brand’s footprint and equity.
UAC Restaurants Ltd has since then owned and operated quick service restaurants with a range of products including her signature Meat pie, Chicken pie & Beef roll, Rice and Peppered Chicken, Ice cream, Pizza, and locals meals.


By Goldmark Owoola-Adeojo

Mr Bigg’s, the Quick Service Restaurants (QSR) arm of UACN of Nigeria, being run by its subsidiary, UAC Restaurants Limited has revved up its service by remodeling its restaurants in a new initiative aimed at positively redefining the lifestyle of its numerous customers.

The new initiative is principally aimed at sustaining the heritage of the 33 years old outfit by raising the customer service to a new level.

The foremost indigenous and largest fast-growing QSR business in West Africa, with over 100 restaurants in Nigeria started as fully company owned before it transformed into partial franchise, and later full franchise.

The new initiative according to Mrs. Ethel Mba, Marketing Manager, UACN Restaurants, is to remodel the restaurants into a scintillating go-to restaurant of high value lifestyle.
Speaking at the pioneer model Restaurant located at Northwest Filling Station by the Victoria Garden City, VGC, Lekki, Lagos, during a media tour of some restaurants on Wednesday, Mba added that the new approach promises to sustain excellence in wide variety of dishes, Patries and Confectionaries to the delight of its teeming consumers, which is the heritage of Mr Bigg’s.

She explained that the VGC restaurant which was opened on the 9th of July, 2019 will remain the ‘signature poster’ for all the other restaurants in the new concept, aimed at bringing world class meal experience for Nigeria consumers with regards to customer service and restaurant ambience.

The VGC Restaurant presents a cozy ambience backed up by excellent service delivery by professionals to give customers unparalleled experience in a friendly setting. The conveniences, the downstairs lobby, the upper lobby are world-class, coupled with an excellent Kiddies Corner named “Duplin Planet” are aimed at providing the whole family with unforgettable experience.
Mba assured that apart from the VGC Restaurant, two other restaurants will spring up in Amuwo Odofin by Festac town and Abule Egba along Lagos Abeokuta Express Way very soon.
“The new restaurants will be patterned after the structure of the Northwest restaurant by VGC to deliver high-quality food and good ambience as the basic standard. The menu offering will be aimed at providing wide variety of choices to meet the customer tastes and trends,” she said.

Not a few customers agree that no restaurant can survive without offering quality food and service aimed at giving patrons a satisfying experience.
 Mrs. Gbemisola Lekan, a customer who walked into the VGC restaurant with her kids asserts that a good family restaurant is one that offers delicious food that reminds people of the favorite meals their mothers cooked when they were kids.

She recalled with excitement that products like Mr Bigg’s meat pie, Chicken pie, and Scotch eggs are legendary and still remains the best.
Other patrons averred that in terms of comfort, the new restaurant is well cut out with space wide enough to avoid congestion and movement interruptions.
Mr Bigg's history began with the coffee shops inside Kingsway Department Stores in the 1960s. In 1973, these shops were rebranded as Kingsway Rendezvous, which became Mr Bigg's in 1986. The chain saw rapid expansion after becoming one of the first Nigerian companies to sell franchises to investors.
In 2012, UAC Restaurants adopted a full franchising business model making it the first to establish Franchise restaurants in order to grow the brand’s footprint and equity.
UAC Restaurants Ltd has since then owned and operated quick service restaurants with a range of products including her signature Meat pie, Chicken pie & Beef roll, Rice and Peppered Chicken, Ice cream, Pizza, and locals meals.


JUST IN: COZa Pastor, Fatoyinbo Breaks Silence on Rape Allegation by Mrs. Dakolo

JUST IN: COZa Pastor, Fatoyinbo Breaks Silence on Rape Allegation by Mrs. Dakolo

Biodun Fatoyinbo And Busola Dakolo

Biodun Fatoyinbo, after being accused of sexually assaulting the wife of a popular musician, has finally broken his silence. 

The pastor in charge of Common Wealth of Zion Assembly, Biodun Fatoyinbo has reacted to reports that he raped Busola Dakolo, wife of Nigerian musician, Timi Dakolo.

In a statement he released online, the pastor denied ever raping the woman.

"I have NEVER RAPED before, not even as an unbeliever!" the man of God summarized.

Read the statement below:




Biodun Fatoyinbo And Busola Dakolo

Biodun Fatoyinbo, after being accused of sexually assaulting the wife of a popular musician, has finally broken his silence. 

The pastor in charge of Common Wealth of Zion Assembly, Biodun Fatoyinbo has reacted to reports that he raped Busola Dakolo, wife of Nigerian musician, Timi Dakolo.

In a statement he released online, the pastor denied ever raping the woman.

"I have NEVER RAPED before, not even as an unbeliever!" the man of God summarized.

Read the statement below:




Am Alive - Baba Sure Speaks From US ...Watch Video Here

Am Alive - Baba Sure Speaks From US ...Watch Video Here


The ace Nollywood actor and comedian Babatunde Omidina popularly called Baba Suwe was earlier today rumoured to be dead.

But in a video obtained from Youtube, he personally debunked it.

Watch the video below.
 

The ace Nollywood actor and comedian Babatunde Omidina popularly called Baba Suwe was earlier today rumoured to be dead.

But in a video obtained from Youtube, he personally debunked it.

Watch the video below.
 

Chelsea's Masquerades Spotted Entertaining Crowd On Nigerian Street ...Watch Video

Chelsea's Masquerades Spotted Entertaining Crowd On Nigerian Street ...Watch Video


Many people have been left surprised after spotting two Chelsea fc masquerades parading and dancing in Nigeria. 

The Chelsea fc masquerades

Two masquerades donning the blue colours of Chelsea Football club have been spotted dancing happily to entertain people in Nigeria.

The masquerades with Chelsea FC boldly written on their attires showed off their dance moves as people cheered.

It is believed those present during the parade are supporters of Chelsea Football club in Nigeria as they used the opportunity to enjoy themselves.











Watch the video below:




Sources: Tori News Tunde Ednut

Many people have been left surprised after spotting two Chelsea fc masquerades parading and dancing in Nigeria. 

The Chelsea fc masquerades

Two masquerades donning the blue colours of Chelsea Football club have been spotted dancing happily to entertain people in Nigeria.

The masquerades with Chelsea FC boldly written on their attires showed off their dance moves as people cheered.

It is believed those present during the parade are supporters of Chelsea Football club in Nigeria as they used the opportunity to enjoy themselves.











Watch the video below:




Sources: Tori News Tunde Ednut

Finally, 14 Contestants Emerge for Hymnodia Reality Show

Finally, 14 Contestants Emerge for Hymnodia Reality Show


Hymnodia

FOURTEEN hymntestants (contestants) have been selected to compete for the grand prizes on Hymnodia reality television show, which is set to redefine and nurture talents on rendition of hymns.

The Hymntestants, who will enter the Hymnstitute (the show’s house) on Sunday, February 10, 2019, were revealed through the Hymnodia social media handle: @hymnodiahq on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

They were selected by a credible panel of judges after a painstaking process including a two-day audition conducted for over 200 contestants shortlisted from across the country and post audition evaluations by the Hymnodia faculty. The 14 hymntestants were drawn from a pool of over 1,500 participants that indicated interest and registered to prove their skills.

The panel which conducted the audition included Dupe Ige Kachi, singer, songwriter and vocal coach; Seun Owoaje, pianist, composer and former music lecturer; Benneth Ogbewi, event consultant and Sunday Olawuwo, music director of Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral, Ikeja, Lagos.

They all agreed that the initiative has pushed out abundant talents. “I have heard voices that do classical and contemporary rendition of hymns, and it would be fun to see how these voices come together to play out in the Hymnstitute,” Kachi said.

“I see potentials in the contestants and l commend the initiator for taking the bull by the horn to nurture talents,” Owoaje said.

The premier reality TV show commenced airing on February 3, on satellite and terrestrial channels. It will reward the ultimate winner with a prize of the Asaph (a specially designed award named after David’s chief musician), N5million and a brand new car.

The grand finale is scheduled for April, this year.

Hymnodia, which is conceived by Philosoville Limited, is available for one hour every Sunday on TV via Lagos Television on Channel 256 on DSTv, Channel 90 on GOtv and Channel 118 on Startimes from 12:30pm and is also streamed live on the LTV App available on the app store.

The Managing Director of Philosoville Limited, Kufre Ekanem stated that other partner stations would soon join in broadcasting the reality show. He assured that the audiences would be regaled in the flow of creativity of choir performances during the 13 weeks of wholesome fun which the initiative would run through.

Hymnodia

FOURTEEN hymntestants (contestants) have been selected to compete for the grand prizes on Hymnodia reality television show, which is set to redefine and nurture talents on rendition of hymns.

The Hymntestants, who will enter the Hymnstitute (the show’s house) on Sunday, February 10, 2019, were revealed through the Hymnodia social media handle: @hymnodiahq on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

They were selected by a credible panel of judges after a painstaking process including a two-day audition conducted for over 200 contestants shortlisted from across the country and post audition evaluations by the Hymnodia faculty. The 14 hymntestants were drawn from a pool of over 1,500 participants that indicated interest and registered to prove their skills.

The panel which conducted the audition included Dupe Ige Kachi, singer, songwriter and vocal coach; Seun Owoaje, pianist, composer and former music lecturer; Benneth Ogbewi, event consultant and Sunday Olawuwo, music director of Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral, Ikeja, Lagos.

They all agreed that the initiative has pushed out abundant talents. “I have heard voices that do classical and contemporary rendition of hymns, and it would be fun to see how these voices come together to play out in the Hymnstitute,” Kachi said.

“I see potentials in the contestants and l commend the initiator for taking the bull by the horn to nurture talents,” Owoaje said.

The premier reality TV show commenced airing on February 3, on satellite and terrestrial channels. It will reward the ultimate winner with a prize of the Asaph (a specially designed award named after David’s chief musician), N5million and a brand new car.

The grand finale is scheduled for April, this year.

Hymnodia, which is conceived by Philosoville Limited, is available for one hour every Sunday on TV via Lagos Television on Channel 256 on DSTv, Channel 90 on GOtv and Channel 118 on Startimes from 12:30pm and is also streamed live on the LTV App available on the app store.

The Managing Director of Philosoville Limited, Kufre Ekanem stated that other partner stations would soon join in broadcasting the reality show. He assured that the audiences would be regaled in the flow of creativity of choir performances during the 13 weeks of wholesome fun which the initiative would run through.

Hymnodia: Organisers Set to Announce Final 14 Contestants

Hymnodia: Organisers Set to Announce Final 14 Contestants


Hymnodia
Nigeria’s premier TV reality show on hymns and singing, Hymnodia has concluded arrangement to announce 14 hymntestants (contestants) for the programme, which began airing last Sunday on satellite and terrestrial channels.

The final 14 contestants will be chosen from the 26 who survived the two-day audition conducted late last month.

The final 14 hymntestants will be revealed via the Hymnodia social media handle: @hymnodiahq on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and be called to the Hymnstitute (house for the reality show) on Sunday, February 10, 2019.

The faculty, who attested to the pool of talents from the Judges List from the audition, had it all to do before arriving at the shortlist of 14 who will contest for a prize of the Asaph (a specially designed award named after David’s chief musician), N5million and a brand new car. The grand finale is scheduled for April 2019.

Hymnodia, which is conceived by Philosoville Limited, is the first ever entertainment reality show that is focused on hymns and worship. The show is available for one hour every Sunday on TV via Lagos Television on Channel 256 on DSTv, Channel 90 on GOtv and Channel 118 on Startimes from 12:30pm, and is also streamed live on the LTV App available on the app store.

The panel who conducted the audition, included Dupe Ige Kachi, singer, songwriter and vocal coach; Seun Owoaje, pianist, composer and former music lecturer; Benneth Ogbewi, event consultant and Sunday Olawuwo, music director of Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral, Ikeja, Lagos.

They all agreed that the initiative has pushed out abundant talents. “I have heard voices that do classical and contemporary rendition of hymns, and it would be fun to see how these voices come together to play out in the Hymnstitute,” Kachi said.

“I see potentials in the contestants and l commend the initiator for taking the bull by the horn to nurture talents.” Owoaje said.

The Managing Director of Philosoville Limited, Kufre Ekanem stated that other partner stations would soon join in broadcasting Hymnodia. He assured that the audiences would be regaled in the flow of creativity of choir performances during the 13 weeks of wholesome fun which the initiative would run through.

Hymnodia, which will be an annual event was flagged-off in grand style by a team of 30-member choir at the Ikeja City Mall in Lagos in December 2018, where shoppers, traders and visitors were thrilled with beautiful hymns rendition.

Hymnodia
Nigeria’s premier TV reality show on hymns and singing, Hymnodia has concluded arrangement to announce 14 hymntestants (contestants) for the programme, which began airing last Sunday on satellite and terrestrial channels.

The final 14 contestants will be chosen from the 26 who survived the two-day audition conducted late last month.

The final 14 hymntestants will be revealed via the Hymnodia social media handle: @hymnodiahq on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and be called to the Hymnstitute (house for the reality show) on Sunday, February 10, 2019.

The faculty, who attested to the pool of talents from the Judges List from the audition, had it all to do before arriving at the shortlist of 14 who will contest for a prize of the Asaph (a specially designed award named after David’s chief musician), N5million and a brand new car. The grand finale is scheduled for April 2019.

Hymnodia, which is conceived by Philosoville Limited, is the first ever entertainment reality show that is focused on hymns and worship. The show is available for one hour every Sunday on TV via Lagos Television on Channel 256 on DSTv, Channel 90 on GOtv and Channel 118 on Startimes from 12:30pm, and is also streamed live on the LTV App available on the app store.

The panel who conducted the audition, included Dupe Ige Kachi, singer, songwriter and vocal coach; Seun Owoaje, pianist, composer and former music lecturer; Benneth Ogbewi, event consultant and Sunday Olawuwo, music director of Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral, Ikeja, Lagos.

They all agreed that the initiative has pushed out abundant talents. “I have heard voices that do classical and contemporary rendition of hymns, and it would be fun to see how these voices come together to play out in the Hymnstitute,” Kachi said.

“I see potentials in the contestants and l commend the initiator for taking the bull by the horn to nurture talents.” Owoaje said.

The Managing Director of Philosoville Limited, Kufre Ekanem stated that other partner stations would soon join in broadcasting Hymnodia. He assured that the audiences would be regaled in the flow of creativity of choir performances during the 13 weeks of wholesome fun which the initiative would run through.

Hymnodia, which will be an annual event was flagged-off in grand style by a team of 30-member choir at the Ikeja City Mall in Lagos in December 2018, where shoppers, traders and visitors were thrilled with beautiful hymns rendition.

Hymnodia: 26 Hymntestants Make Judges List from Auditions

Hymnodia: 26 Hymntestants Make Judges List from Auditions

By Dansu Peter


The race for Hymnodia, the entertaining reality show created around hymns and worship, gathered more momentum over the weekend as 26 hymntestants (contestants)were selected in the Judges list following two days of grueling auditions in Ikeja Lagos. 

The selected Hymntestants emerged from a pool of over 200candidates who were shortlisted for auditions out of more than 1,500 that applied for the novel program. 

The hymntestants thrilled the judges and audience with renditions of classical and contemporary hymns, which brought excitement to the fun filled and interestingly transparent two-stage process.

The two-day audition started on Saturday, January 26, 2019 at the Lagos Television (LTV 8), and was conducted by a panel of judges with experience in the art of hymn rendition, song writing and teaching.

They include Dupe Ige Kachi, popularly known as Ige Sings, singer, songwriter and voice coach; and Seun Owoaje, pianist, composer and music lecturer. Others were Sunday Olawuwo, music director of Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral, Ikeja, Lagosand Benneth Ogbewi, event consultant.

The judges acknowledged the depth of talent among the hymntestants that can be nurtured at the Hymnstitute.

According to Ige Sings, Hymnodia is timely and shows that the hymn culture could be reignited in Nigeria “l know Hymnodia will help them improve faster,” she stated.

Owoaje said “I see potentials in the contestants, and I commend the initiator.”

Olawuwo affirmed that “Hymnodia is different from whatever has happened in the country.

Kufre Ekanem, Managing Director of Philosoville Limited, the initiator, assured that Hymnodia, would be an annual project to redefine the perception on hymns and the almost forgotten value of its creation, writing and singing.

He said the ultimate winner would be rewarded with the ASAPH, a specially designed trophy, a brand-new car and cash prize of N5 million at the grand finale of the show on April 21, 2019.

Judges Attest to Talents at Hymnodia Audition

The panel of judges at the Hymnodia audition has attested to the depth of creative talents in Nigeria as indicated by the 26 selected hymntestants (contestants) who made the Judges List for the entertaining reality show created around hymns. 

14 hymntestants will ultimately make it into the programme which will give them the opportunity to be nurtured at the Hymnstitute.

The judges at the audition held from January 26-27 at Lagos TV (LTV8) included Dupe Ige Kachi, popularly known as Ige Sings, singer, songwriter and voice coach; and Seun Owoaje, pianist, composer and music lecturer. 

Others were Sunday Olawuwo, music director of Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral, Ikeja, Lagos and Benneth Ogbewi, event consultant.

Kachi said she spotted talents that were eager to be nurtured. “I have heard voices that do classical and contemporary rendition of hymns, and it would be fun to see how these voices come together to play out in the Hymnstitute,” she recalled.

Olawuwo affirmed “There are lots of young people who have come to showcase their talent and l know Hymnodia will help them improve faster. Those that will be selected will take the culture of hymns to the society,” he affirmed.

Owoaje commended the initiator of Hymnodia and said it brings the importance of hymns rendition to the forefront. “I see potentials in the contestants and l commend the initiator for taking the bull by the horn to nurture talents,” Owoaje said.

After the audition, Kufre Ekanem, Managing Director of Philosoville, initiator of Hymnodia, assured that the audiences would be entertained with the flow of creativity of choir performances during the 13 weeks of fun which the initiative would run through.

He said that the winner would be announced at the grand finale of the show on April 21, 2019 and would clinch the prizes which include ASAPH, a specially designed trophy, a brand-new car and N5 million.

Hymnodia, which will be an annual event, was flagged-off in grand style by a team of 30-member choir at the Ikeja City Mall in Lagos in December 2018, where shoppers, traders and visitors were thrilled with beautiful hymns rendition.


Photos From The Event:
Hymnodia: 26 Hymntestants Make Judges List from Auditions
From left: Sunday Olawuwo, Director of Music, Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedra;
Kufre Ekanem, Managing Director, Philosoville Limited, initiator of Hymnodia;
Dupe Ige Kachi, Singer, Songwriter and Voice Coach and Seun Owoaje, Pianist,
Composer, former Music Lecturer, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife;
at the Hymnodia reality show audition held at the Lagos Television (LTV 8),
Agidingbi, Ikeja, Lagos, on Saturday, January 26, 2019.

Hymnodia: 26 Hymntestants Make Judges List from Auditions
From Left: Kufre Ekanem, Managing Director, Philosoville Limited, initiator of Hymnodia; Sunday 
Olawuwo, Director of Music, Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedra; Dupe Ige Kachi, Singer, 
Songwriter and Voice Coach; Seun Owoaje, Pianist, Composer, former Music Lecturer, 
Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife and Ezinne Kufre Ekanem, Chief Executive Officer, 
Rosemary’s, The Soft Furnishing Company; at the Hymnodia reality show audition 
held at the Lagos Television (LTV 8), Agidingbi, Ikeja, Lagos, on Saturday, January 26, 2019.




By Dansu Peter


The race for Hymnodia, the entertaining reality show created around hymns and worship, gathered more momentum over the weekend as 26 hymntestants (contestants)were selected in the Judges list following two days of grueling auditions in Ikeja Lagos. 

The selected Hymntestants emerged from a pool of over 200candidates who were shortlisted for auditions out of more than 1,500 that applied for the novel program. 

The hymntestants thrilled the judges and audience with renditions of classical and contemporary hymns, which brought excitement to the fun filled and interestingly transparent two-stage process.

The two-day audition started on Saturday, January 26, 2019 at the Lagos Television (LTV 8), and was conducted by a panel of judges with experience in the art of hymn rendition, song writing and teaching.

They include Dupe Ige Kachi, popularly known as Ige Sings, singer, songwriter and voice coach; and Seun Owoaje, pianist, composer and music lecturer. Others were Sunday Olawuwo, music director of Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral, Ikeja, Lagosand Benneth Ogbewi, event consultant.

The judges acknowledged the depth of talent among the hymntestants that can be nurtured at the Hymnstitute.

According to Ige Sings, Hymnodia is timely and shows that the hymn culture could be reignited in Nigeria “l know Hymnodia will help them improve faster,” she stated.

Owoaje said “I see potentials in the contestants, and I commend the initiator.”

Olawuwo affirmed that “Hymnodia is different from whatever has happened in the country.

Kufre Ekanem, Managing Director of Philosoville Limited, the initiator, assured that Hymnodia, would be an annual project to redefine the perception on hymns and the almost forgotten value of its creation, writing and singing.

He said the ultimate winner would be rewarded with the ASAPH, a specially designed trophy, a brand-new car and cash prize of N5 million at the grand finale of the show on April 21, 2019.

Judges Attest to Talents at Hymnodia Audition

The panel of judges at the Hymnodia audition has attested to the depth of creative talents in Nigeria as indicated by the 26 selected hymntestants (contestants) who made the Judges List for the entertaining reality show created around hymns. 

14 hymntestants will ultimately make it into the programme which will give them the opportunity to be nurtured at the Hymnstitute.

The judges at the audition held from January 26-27 at Lagos TV (LTV8) included Dupe Ige Kachi, popularly known as Ige Sings, singer, songwriter and voice coach; and Seun Owoaje, pianist, composer and music lecturer. 

Others were Sunday Olawuwo, music director of Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral, Ikeja, Lagos and Benneth Ogbewi, event consultant.

Kachi said she spotted talents that were eager to be nurtured. “I have heard voices that do classical and contemporary rendition of hymns, and it would be fun to see how these voices come together to play out in the Hymnstitute,” she recalled.

Olawuwo affirmed “There are lots of young people who have come to showcase their talent and l know Hymnodia will help them improve faster. Those that will be selected will take the culture of hymns to the society,” he affirmed.

Owoaje commended the initiator of Hymnodia and said it brings the importance of hymns rendition to the forefront. “I see potentials in the contestants and l commend the initiator for taking the bull by the horn to nurture talents,” Owoaje said.

After the audition, Kufre Ekanem, Managing Director of Philosoville, initiator of Hymnodia, assured that the audiences would be entertained with the flow of creativity of choir performances during the 13 weeks of fun which the initiative would run through.

He said that the winner would be announced at the grand finale of the show on April 21, 2019 and would clinch the prizes which include ASAPH, a specially designed trophy, a brand-new car and N5 million.

Hymnodia, which will be an annual event, was flagged-off in grand style by a team of 30-member choir at the Ikeja City Mall in Lagos in December 2018, where shoppers, traders and visitors were thrilled with beautiful hymns rendition.


Photos From The Event:
Hymnodia: 26 Hymntestants Make Judges List from Auditions
From left: Sunday Olawuwo, Director of Music, Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedra;
Kufre Ekanem, Managing Director, Philosoville Limited, initiator of Hymnodia;
Dupe Ige Kachi, Singer, Songwriter and Voice Coach and Seun Owoaje, Pianist,
Composer, former Music Lecturer, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife;
at the Hymnodia reality show audition held at the Lagos Television (LTV 8),
Agidingbi, Ikeja, Lagos, on Saturday, January 26, 2019.

Hymnodia: 26 Hymntestants Make Judges List from Auditions
From Left: Kufre Ekanem, Managing Director, Philosoville Limited, initiator of Hymnodia; Sunday 
Olawuwo, Director of Music, Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedra; Dupe Ige Kachi, Singer, 
Songwriter and Voice Coach; Seun Owoaje, Pianist, Composer, former Music Lecturer, 
Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife and Ezinne Kufre Ekanem, Chief Executive Officer, 
Rosemary’s, The Soft Furnishing Company; at the Hymnodia reality show audition 
held at the Lagos Television (LTV 8), Agidingbi, Ikeja, Lagos, on Saturday, January 26, 2019.




NGO, Flames Initiative Empowers 100 Nigerian Widows At Yuletide

NGO, Flames Initiative Empowers 100 Nigerian Widows At Yuletide


Flames Initiative
Ademoj Event Centre, Isheri, Alimosho LGA, Lagos – In the spirit of Christmas, Flames Initiative, an international NGO, successfully organized CINTA Project, a widow-empowerment program, last week, in Lagos.

The memorable event which was sponsored by Nestle Nigeria, GBF, McPeens, Kingsword International Church, Igando, Eltee Production Company, 54 Artistry, Citimax Pharmacy and others, had about 100 widows in attendance with their children and other guests including sponsors, media professionals and vendors.

In addition to a free medical check-up, the widows went home with free drugs, food items, school bags for their children, goody bags, and other packages that can make their Christmas really merry. The happy widows did not disappoint on the dance floor as they moved and glided to some melodious tunes.

Guest speaker, Ms Bimpe Oke, encouraged them to keep on in spite of the different challenges they face as widows. Emphasizing that they are responsible for their children, she charged them not to pass on that responsibility to anyone and to ensure their safety. “Our children are our responsibility, you can’t hand them over to someone else. Don’t drop your children anywhere because of life challenges...”

During a question and answer session, she tackled sexual molestation, emotional pain, child abuse, financial challenges and other issues bothering the widows and their children. She also encouraged the widows to speak out about their challenges and for the organizers to mediate between the widows and human rights groups.

Elated Miss Tolu Oni, one of the event organizers, could not hide her excitement, “I feel fulfilled and I am happy the event was a success. I am glad to give back to the society especially to widows who may be wondering if the society cares about them. I encourage everyone to give back to the society in their own little way. We shouldn’t leave everything to the government.”

A high point of the event was the prayer session when a man of God showered fervent prayers on the widows. The widows who obviously know they have no one else to turn to but God chorused a thunderous amen to the prayers. An attendee even acknowledged that this was one of the best moments of the event, “They really need those prayers,” he said.

The widows went home full of smiles, thanking Flames Initiative for showing love to them in a practical way. This event would not have been successful without support from sponsors and volunteers. It is also open to your support and sponsorship.

Flames Initiative
Ademoj Event Centre, Isheri, Alimosho LGA, Lagos – In the spirit of Christmas, Flames Initiative, an international NGO, successfully organized CINTA Project, a widow-empowerment program, last week, in Lagos.

The memorable event which was sponsored by Nestle Nigeria, GBF, McPeens, Kingsword International Church, Igando, Eltee Production Company, 54 Artistry, Citimax Pharmacy and others, had about 100 widows in attendance with their children and other guests including sponsors, media professionals and vendors.

In addition to a free medical check-up, the widows went home with free drugs, food items, school bags for their children, goody bags, and other packages that can make their Christmas really merry. The happy widows did not disappoint on the dance floor as they moved and glided to some melodious tunes.

Guest speaker, Ms Bimpe Oke, encouraged them to keep on in spite of the different challenges they face as widows. Emphasizing that they are responsible for their children, she charged them not to pass on that responsibility to anyone and to ensure their safety. “Our children are our responsibility, you can’t hand them over to someone else. Don’t drop your children anywhere because of life challenges...”

During a question and answer session, she tackled sexual molestation, emotional pain, child abuse, financial challenges and other issues bothering the widows and their children. She also encouraged the widows to speak out about their challenges and for the organizers to mediate between the widows and human rights groups.

Elated Miss Tolu Oni, one of the event organizers, could not hide her excitement, “I feel fulfilled and I am happy the event was a success. I am glad to give back to the society especially to widows who may be wondering if the society cares about them. I encourage everyone to give back to the society in their own little way. We shouldn’t leave everything to the government.”

A high point of the event was the prayer session when a man of God showered fervent prayers on the widows. The widows who obviously know they have no one else to turn to but God chorused a thunderous amen to the prayers. An attendee even acknowledged that this was one of the best moments of the event, “They really need those prayers,” he said.

The widows went home full of smiles, thanking Flames Initiative for showing love to them in a practical way. This event would not have been successful without support from sponsors and volunteers. It is also open to your support and sponsorship.

REVEALED: Shocking Reason Why Delta Ladies No Longer Wear Pants, How Used Ladies' Pant Now Cost N350k Per One

REVEALED: Shocking Reason Why Delta Ladies No Longer Wear Pants, How Used Ladies' Pant Now Cost N350k Per One

Pantless Ladies
For some time, there have been reports that some ritualists, also known as ‘Yahoo boys’, have been stealing female underwear, sometimes at gunpoint, particularly around campuses of tertiary institutions in Delta State. Although the veracity of the claims that such stolen undies are used for ritual purposes has not been established, such reports have instilled fear into the hearts of ladies living in such areas, resulting in fear and panic.

And in the ensuing panic, our correspondent observed that many ladies in the affected areas in Delta have been devising ways to safeguard themselves against danger.

It was learnt that the underwear of girls and women, particularly of ages between 14 and 35, are allegedly considered as ‘hot cakes’ for use by the ritualists.

Used pants, according to some students at Asaba campus of the Delta State University, sells for as much as N350,000, with some adding that the price can be higher if it is confirmed to have body fluids.

At the campus, it was learnt that one of the measures being used by female students to protect themselves is to go out without wearing pants.

For instance, a student of the school, who lives outside the school campus and who only identified herself as Esther, said three of her friends had started employing the strategy of going out without wearing pants.

“We hear that the pants those ritualists or ‘Yahoo boys’ steal are being used for money ritual. After they finish performing some rituals on the pants, the owners will start bleeding or vomiting blood. Since the news got to us, three of my friends have stopped wearing pants. I have stopped going out at night, even for something as important as going to the campus to study at night. Although, I heard that these evil people also operate during the day, I believe it is more dangerous at night.

“We heard that last week, on Anwai Road, at around 8pm, two men forcibly collected a young lady’s pants. As I speak to you, we have not seen the lady since then to know the effect it will have on her. Though, unlike my friends who have stopped wearing pants, I still do, but we have been advised to stop hanging our pants on washing lines outside.

A 22-year-old female student of the Federal College of Education (Technical), Asaba, who simply identified herself as Sandra, described the alleged theft of female underpants as evil brought for Asaba by ‘Yahoo boys’.

Confirming that some ladies no longer wear pants in some parts of the state, especially in Abraka, Asaba, fear of having them stolen by ritualists, Sandra said she was told that some pants could be sold for as much as N500,000 each.

Sandra, who said she had stopped wearing pants outside, said, “I am telling you the truth; in Delta State now, especially Asaba, there is fear because the way these ‘Yahoo boys’ or ‘Yahoo Plus boys’ are looking for female pants is crazy. Some even collect ladies’ pants at gunpoint.

“I have stopped wearing pants whenever I am going out, and that goes for some of my friends too to prevent ourselves from being victims of these evil people. When they collect someone’s pants, it is the end for that person. It happened to one lady in Umuagwu quarters of Asaba. Her family has taken her to church for healing because she has been behaving abnormally. I have also stopped going out with people I don’t know their background, especially those with flashy cars.”

Another student, who insisted that the problem was really serious but spoke on condition of anonymity, said, she knew a lady who fell ill after losing her pants.

“I know one Jenifer who fell into the hands of these evil boys in Asaba. On Friday, December 14, 2018, she fell very ill. The management of a hotel in Umugwu, where she had gone to meet someone, quickly reported the case to the police and they were advised to take her to a traditional healing home.

“When contacted on the telephone, the man identified as the culprit, said the lady was still alive, but since then, his line had not been reachable,” she said.

Our correspondent met a female hairdresser, who claimed that the victim was her customer and that she had visited her at the place where she was being treated. She said the lady was looking very ill and that it didn’t look like she would survive. But as she was talking to Saturday PUNCH, another lady joined the conversation, saying the lady in question had died.

Saturday PUNCH also learnt that in Abraka, Ughelli, Ozoro and Warri, some ladies have resulted to sprinkling their pants with oil that had allegedly been blessed by preachers.

According to Efe, a young lady in her late 20s, she no longer hangs her underwear on the washing line outside her flat or leaves the diapers used by her baby lying around.

“Some women sprinkle their pants with ‘anointed oil’. Some of us have stopped hanging our pants on washing lines outside. If you come to my compound, you won’t see any underwear hanging outside like it used to be and it is because we are afraid of ritualists.

“Since we heard the news, we have been hanging our pants in our bathrooms; whether they get dry or not is not a big issue. We sometimes iron our underwear to get them dry. We are also mindful of what our visitors could do so we take precautions. We understand that these ‘boys’ have agents who sneak into houses to steal pants and brassieres.

“Although, I haven’t seen anyone who is a victim of this problem, I have heard about some cases. Even my female neighbours told me that they had stopped wearing pants since there were reports about some guys stealing underwear at gunpoint. It’s better not to wear pants than to die prematurely,” she said.

When asked if not wearing pants could increase the incidence of rape, Efe said “yes,” adding that “we don’t have any other option and even men will not know that a lady is not wearing pants except they are told or they are really close to the woman.”

In Ogwushi-Uku Polytechnic in Aniocha North Local Government Area of the state, it was learnt that female students had adopted a strategy of going to their boyfriends’ places without their undies.

This was disclosed by a student in National Diploma Two, who identified herself as Cynthia.

“Most ladies have stopped leaving their pants in their boyfriend’s house or wearing pants there. In my own case, I trust my man and believe he will not do anything to hurt me. He is from a good background and not a greedy person who would want to make quick money through rituals.  But I know that many ladies on this campus now visit their boyfriends without putting on underwear. For instance, my friend, Chida, has stopped wearing pants,” Cynthia said.

When asked if some were avoiding having boyfriends as a move to be more cautious, Cynthia said, “We are just trying our luck to see if the friendship we develop now will lead to marriage. Before now, whenever you visited your boyfriend and had to sleep over, you would take some spare underwear along, but that no longer happens.

“Also, we avoid lonely routes, during the day and at night because of the sad reports that get to us. We heard that some people now go about in flashy cars, looking for ladies on lonely roads whom they would point their gun at and ask them to bring their pants or be shot dead.

 “Many ladies have stopped going out after 6:30 pm; we would rather stay in our hostels.”

Our correspondent also ran into five young ladies discussing how ritualists had also allegedly reviewed their strategy by forcing ladies to wear new pants and then taking them back.

“We don’t know what to do again; most of us have stopped wearing pants but these ‘Yahoo tboys’ have also adopted another method. They go about with new pants and when they meet ladies that do not have pants on, they will give them pants to wear and collect them back, at gunpoint. Women should also look for what they will use men’s boxers to do. May God protect women in these evil days,” one of the ladies said.

Meanwhile, a man was reportedly apprehended recently while allegedly attempting to steal some female underwear. The suspect was reportedly caught by local vigilantes in Agbarha-Ughelli area of the state after he allegedly stole a bra and was looking for pants to steal.

When he was quizzed by security operatives, the suspect allegedly confessed that a man whom he had asked to show him how to make money told him to go and get female pants and bras before he would assist him.

He allegedly said he was to meet with the unknown man at a popular hotel in Ughelli area after getting the underwear.

Also, on Sunday, December 2, 2018, five ladies were said to have encountered some ritualists at Oha Junction, close to Osubi along Abraka Road, who ordered them at gunpoint to bring their pants.

Saturday PUNCH also learnt that some churches had started advocacy to advise their female members to be mindful of where they keep their pants.

A female Sunday school teacher, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said, “We have seen it as our responsibility to teach our ladies, especially teenagers, ways to avoid being victims of this ugly practice that we experience in Delta State.

“As a teacher in my church, I have told female members of my church to be suspicious of their friends and even brothers. They should not leave their pants lying around anywhere. If possible, they should hide them in their bags and they should not collect pants as gifts from friends. We used to hear ‘your money or your life’ but today, it has become a case of ‘your pants or your life.”

She further advised young ladies to be wary of hanging their pants on washing lines outside and to be smart enough to resist being deceived by men in flashy cars, saying “all that glitters is not gold.”

Meanwhile, Mr Charles Aniagwu, the Chief Press Secretary to Okowa, said the governor had ordered a crackdown on all ‘Yahoo boys’, ritualists and all those involved in the unexplainable and sudden wealth acquired by some people in the state.

He expressed concern over the increasing and disturbing activities of suspected ritual killers and criminally minded individuals, whom he said were becoming more conspicuous because of their flamboyant lifestyles.

“The governor has ordered the police commissioner to go after these ‘Yahoo boys’ that are causing fear, unrest and panic in the state,” he said.

The Police Public Relations Officer, Delta  State Command, DSP Andrew Aniamaka, who confirmed the development, said the case of a young woman – Ezino – who had a ‘strange’ ailment had brought the attention of the police command to the activities of ritualists in the state.

He said that the young woman reported to the Police A Division station and complained that maggots were coming out of her body after and that she was referred to the Federal Medical Centre, Asaba, to ascertain the cause.

“From the FMC, the lady was taken to a traditional healing home by her family, but we have not heard from her since then,” he said.

On whether the suspect was arrested, Aniamaka said, “What offence shall we arrest him for? The boyfriend said he only slept with her and that he did not rape her. For maggots to be coming out of her private parts is not known to the law.”

Aniamaka said no arrest connected to the alleged stealing of female underwear had been made so far, but he urged members of the public to always give timely information to the police to help prevent.

He urged ladies to be security conscious at all times, assuring that the command was ready to decisively deal with crime in the state.

Mrs Benedicta Osakunih-Izuegbu, Senior Special Assistant to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa on Girl Child Development, had said that the current wave of criminalities, frauds and ritual-related crimes, should be fought through advocacy.

 “We have to fight this crime in three ways; one is through advocacy to enable the perpetrators, particularly the youth to change their mindset. Again, parents and guardians must ask questions and query all wealth got illegally by their children and wards. The traditional institution and government should also come up with policies and programmes to tackle the crime.” she had said.

The fear of ritualists is currently rife in the state with some women appealing to government at all levels to rise to the challenge and punish anyone found to be involved in crime.

Source: Punch
Pantless Ladies
For some time, there have been reports that some ritualists, also known as ‘Yahoo boys’, have been stealing female underwear, sometimes at gunpoint, particularly around campuses of tertiary institutions in Delta State. Although the veracity of the claims that such stolen undies are used for ritual purposes has not been established, such reports have instilled fear into the hearts of ladies living in such areas, resulting in fear and panic.

And in the ensuing panic, our correspondent observed that many ladies in the affected areas in Delta have been devising ways to safeguard themselves against danger.

It was learnt that the underwear of girls and women, particularly of ages between 14 and 35, are allegedly considered as ‘hot cakes’ for use by the ritualists.

Used pants, according to some students at Asaba campus of the Delta State University, sells for as much as N350,000, with some adding that the price can be higher if it is confirmed to have body fluids.

At the campus, it was learnt that one of the measures being used by female students to protect themselves is to go out without wearing pants.

For instance, a student of the school, who lives outside the school campus and who only identified herself as Esther, said three of her friends had started employing the strategy of going out without wearing pants.

“We hear that the pants those ritualists or ‘Yahoo boys’ steal are being used for money ritual. After they finish performing some rituals on the pants, the owners will start bleeding or vomiting blood. Since the news got to us, three of my friends have stopped wearing pants. I have stopped going out at night, even for something as important as going to the campus to study at night. Although, I heard that these evil people also operate during the day, I believe it is more dangerous at night.

“We heard that last week, on Anwai Road, at around 8pm, two men forcibly collected a young lady’s pants. As I speak to you, we have not seen the lady since then to know the effect it will have on her. Though, unlike my friends who have stopped wearing pants, I still do, but we have been advised to stop hanging our pants on washing lines outside.

A 22-year-old female student of the Federal College of Education (Technical), Asaba, who simply identified herself as Sandra, described the alleged theft of female underpants as evil brought for Asaba by ‘Yahoo boys’.

Confirming that some ladies no longer wear pants in some parts of the state, especially in Abraka, Asaba, fear of having them stolen by ritualists, Sandra said she was told that some pants could be sold for as much as N500,000 each.

Sandra, who said she had stopped wearing pants outside, said, “I am telling you the truth; in Delta State now, especially Asaba, there is fear because the way these ‘Yahoo boys’ or ‘Yahoo Plus boys’ are looking for female pants is crazy. Some even collect ladies’ pants at gunpoint.

“I have stopped wearing pants whenever I am going out, and that goes for some of my friends too to prevent ourselves from being victims of these evil people. When they collect someone’s pants, it is the end for that person. It happened to one lady in Umuagwu quarters of Asaba. Her family has taken her to church for healing because she has been behaving abnormally. I have also stopped going out with people I don’t know their background, especially those with flashy cars.”

Another student, who insisted that the problem was really serious but spoke on condition of anonymity, said, she knew a lady who fell ill after losing her pants.

“I know one Jenifer who fell into the hands of these evil boys in Asaba. On Friday, December 14, 2018, she fell very ill. The management of a hotel in Umugwu, where she had gone to meet someone, quickly reported the case to the police and they were advised to take her to a traditional healing home.

“When contacted on the telephone, the man identified as the culprit, said the lady was still alive, but since then, his line had not been reachable,” she said.

Our correspondent met a female hairdresser, who claimed that the victim was her customer and that she had visited her at the place where she was being treated. She said the lady was looking very ill and that it didn’t look like she would survive. But as she was talking to Saturday PUNCH, another lady joined the conversation, saying the lady in question had died.

Saturday PUNCH also learnt that in Abraka, Ughelli, Ozoro and Warri, some ladies have resulted to sprinkling their pants with oil that had allegedly been blessed by preachers.

According to Efe, a young lady in her late 20s, she no longer hangs her underwear on the washing line outside her flat or leaves the diapers used by her baby lying around.

“Some women sprinkle their pants with ‘anointed oil’. Some of us have stopped hanging our pants on washing lines outside. If you come to my compound, you won’t see any underwear hanging outside like it used to be and it is because we are afraid of ritualists.

“Since we heard the news, we have been hanging our pants in our bathrooms; whether they get dry or not is not a big issue. We sometimes iron our underwear to get them dry. We are also mindful of what our visitors could do so we take precautions. We understand that these ‘boys’ have agents who sneak into houses to steal pants and brassieres.

“Although, I haven’t seen anyone who is a victim of this problem, I have heard about some cases. Even my female neighbours told me that they had stopped wearing pants since there were reports about some guys stealing underwear at gunpoint. It’s better not to wear pants than to die prematurely,” she said.

When asked if not wearing pants could increase the incidence of rape, Efe said “yes,” adding that “we don’t have any other option and even men will not know that a lady is not wearing pants except they are told or they are really close to the woman.”

In Ogwushi-Uku Polytechnic in Aniocha North Local Government Area of the state, it was learnt that female students had adopted a strategy of going to their boyfriends’ places without their undies.

This was disclosed by a student in National Diploma Two, who identified herself as Cynthia.

“Most ladies have stopped leaving their pants in their boyfriend’s house or wearing pants there. In my own case, I trust my man and believe he will not do anything to hurt me. He is from a good background and not a greedy person who would want to make quick money through rituals.  But I know that many ladies on this campus now visit their boyfriends without putting on underwear. For instance, my friend, Chida, has stopped wearing pants,” Cynthia said.

When asked if some were avoiding having boyfriends as a move to be more cautious, Cynthia said, “We are just trying our luck to see if the friendship we develop now will lead to marriage. Before now, whenever you visited your boyfriend and had to sleep over, you would take some spare underwear along, but that no longer happens.

“Also, we avoid lonely routes, during the day and at night because of the sad reports that get to us. We heard that some people now go about in flashy cars, looking for ladies on lonely roads whom they would point their gun at and ask them to bring their pants or be shot dead.

 “Many ladies have stopped going out after 6:30 pm; we would rather stay in our hostels.”

Our correspondent also ran into five young ladies discussing how ritualists had also allegedly reviewed their strategy by forcing ladies to wear new pants and then taking them back.

“We don’t know what to do again; most of us have stopped wearing pants but these ‘Yahoo tboys’ have also adopted another method. They go about with new pants and when they meet ladies that do not have pants on, they will give them pants to wear and collect them back, at gunpoint. Women should also look for what they will use men’s boxers to do. May God protect women in these evil days,” one of the ladies said.

Meanwhile, a man was reportedly apprehended recently while allegedly attempting to steal some female underwear. The suspect was reportedly caught by local vigilantes in Agbarha-Ughelli area of the state after he allegedly stole a bra and was looking for pants to steal.

When he was quizzed by security operatives, the suspect allegedly confessed that a man whom he had asked to show him how to make money told him to go and get female pants and bras before he would assist him.

He allegedly said he was to meet with the unknown man at a popular hotel in Ughelli area after getting the underwear.

Also, on Sunday, December 2, 2018, five ladies were said to have encountered some ritualists at Oha Junction, close to Osubi along Abraka Road, who ordered them at gunpoint to bring their pants.

Saturday PUNCH also learnt that some churches had started advocacy to advise their female members to be mindful of where they keep their pants.

A female Sunday school teacher, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said, “We have seen it as our responsibility to teach our ladies, especially teenagers, ways to avoid being victims of this ugly practice that we experience in Delta State.

“As a teacher in my church, I have told female members of my church to be suspicious of their friends and even brothers. They should not leave their pants lying around anywhere. If possible, they should hide them in their bags and they should not collect pants as gifts from friends. We used to hear ‘your money or your life’ but today, it has become a case of ‘your pants or your life.”

She further advised young ladies to be wary of hanging their pants on washing lines outside and to be smart enough to resist being deceived by men in flashy cars, saying “all that glitters is not gold.”

Meanwhile, Mr Charles Aniagwu, the Chief Press Secretary to Okowa, said the governor had ordered a crackdown on all ‘Yahoo boys’, ritualists and all those involved in the unexplainable and sudden wealth acquired by some people in the state.

He expressed concern over the increasing and disturbing activities of suspected ritual killers and criminally minded individuals, whom he said were becoming more conspicuous because of their flamboyant lifestyles.

“The governor has ordered the police commissioner to go after these ‘Yahoo boys’ that are causing fear, unrest and panic in the state,” he said.

The Police Public Relations Officer, Delta  State Command, DSP Andrew Aniamaka, who confirmed the development, said the case of a young woman – Ezino – who had a ‘strange’ ailment had brought the attention of the police command to the activities of ritualists in the state.

He said that the young woman reported to the Police A Division station and complained that maggots were coming out of her body after and that she was referred to the Federal Medical Centre, Asaba, to ascertain the cause.

“From the FMC, the lady was taken to a traditional healing home by her family, but we have not heard from her since then,” he said.

On whether the suspect was arrested, Aniamaka said, “What offence shall we arrest him for? The boyfriend said he only slept with her and that he did not rape her. For maggots to be coming out of her private parts is not known to the law.”

Aniamaka said no arrest connected to the alleged stealing of female underwear had been made so far, but he urged members of the public to always give timely information to the police to help prevent.

He urged ladies to be security conscious at all times, assuring that the command was ready to decisively deal with crime in the state.

Mrs Benedicta Osakunih-Izuegbu, Senior Special Assistant to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa on Girl Child Development, had said that the current wave of criminalities, frauds and ritual-related crimes, should be fought through advocacy.

 “We have to fight this crime in three ways; one is through advocacy to enable the perpetrators, particularly the youth to change their mindset. Again, parents and guardians must ask questions and query all wealth got illegally by their children and wards. The traditional institution and government should also come up with policies and programmes to tackle the crime.” she had said.

The fear of ritualists is currently rife in the state with some women appealing to government at all levels to rise to the challenge and punish anyone found to be involved in crime.

Source: Punch

FG Declares 3 Days Public Holiday For Yuletide, New Year

FG Declares 3 Days Public Holiday For Yuletide, New Year


Tuesday, December 25th,  Wednesday  26th, 2018 and Tuesday, January 1, 2019, has been declared as public holidays to mark Christmas, Boxing Day and New Year celebrations respectively by the Federal Government

Lt. General (Rtd.) Abdulrahman Dambazau,  The Minister of Interior made the declaration on behalf of the Federal Government on Wednesday, in Abuja.

In the declaration made via a statement signed by Mr Mohammed Manga, Director of Press for the Interior Ministry, Dambazau called on Christians and all Nigerians, in general, to use the festive period to pray earnestly for progress and development of Nigeria.

He also enjoined Nigerians to strengthen their resolve to maintain peace and unity in the country before, during and after the 2019 general elections, in the spirit of the season.

Dambazau said all Nigerians home and abroad should support the present administration of President Muhammadu Buhari in its determination and sustained efforts towards a peaceful, united and virile nation, while wishing all Nigerians Happy Christmas and New Year celebrations.

Tuesday, December 25th,  Wednesday  26th, 2018 and Tuesday, January 1, 2019, has been declared as public holidays to mark Christmas, Boxing Day and New Year celebrations respectively by the Federal Government

Lt. General (Rtd.) Abdulrahman Dambazau,  The Minister of Interior made the declaration on behalf of the Federal Government on Wednesday, in Abuja.

In the declaration made via a statement signed by Mr Mohammed Manga, Director of Press for the Interior Ministry, Dambazau called on Christians and all Nigerians, in general, to use the festive period to pray earnestly for progress and development of Nigeria.

He also enjoined Nigerians to strengthen their resolve to maintain peace and unity in the country before, during and after the 2019 general elections, in the spirit of the season.

Dambazau said all Nigerians home and abroad should support the present administration of President Muhammadu Buhari in its determination and sustained efforts towards a peaceful, united and virile nation, while wishing all Nigerians Happy Christmas and New Year celebrations.

Why I Must Test My Man's Sexual Strength Before Marriage - Queeneth Agbor

Why I Must Test My Man's Sexual Strength Before Marriage - Queeneth Agbor


Queeneth Agbor

A Nollywood actress, Queeneth Agbor has said she is not against sex before marriage, an act many frowns at, especially some religion.

The actress aired her opinion in a recent interview held with Punch Newspaper Scoop.

Her words on Sex before marriage, love life, and others

On the importance of sex in a relationship, Agbor said, “To some people, sex is associated with stability because it increases the bond and maintains a level of stability. As for me, I believe that sex is overrated in a relationship though I stand for sex before marriage with a good reason. I need to test my ‘goods’ so I don’t end up with something inadequate. Cheating is a no-no for me. However, in a relationship, getting to know your partner doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with sex. I prefer to bond mentally and intellectually. I know my lover for who he truly is. Sex gone bad can actually end a relationship before you even get to know the real person.”

Speaking on the biggest gift she has ever received from a lover, Queeneth said, “My boyfriend asked me to come outside my house to carry some things he bought for me, only for me to see a car.”

Agbor also said contrary to what some people might think about her, she is actually very spiritual. “One with God is in the majority; for without Him, I am nothing. As long as I breathe, I will continue to serve God. I am an ambassador of Christ with dignity, mentality that differentiates me from others,” the actress added.

Queeneth Agbor

A Nollywood actress, Queeneth Agbor has said she is not against sex before marriage, an act many frowns at, especially some religion.

The actress aired her opinion in a recent interview held with Punch Newspaper Scoop.

Her words on Sex before marriage, love life, and others

On the importance of sex in a relationship, Agbor said, “To some people, sex is associated with stability because it increases the bond and maintains a level of stability. As for me, I believe that sex is overrated in a relationship though I stand for sex before marriage with a good reason. I need to test my ‘goods’ so I don’t end up with something inadequate. Cheating is a no-no for me. However, in a relationship, getting to know your partner doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with sex. I prefer to bond mentally and intellectually. I know my lover for who he truly is. Sex gone bad can actually end a relationship before you even get to know the real person.”

Speaking on the biggest gift she has ever received from a lover, Queeneth said, “My boyfriend asked me to come outside my house to carry some things he bought for me, only for me to see a car.”

Agbor also said contrary to what some people might think about her, she is actually very spiritual. “One with God is in the majority; for without Him, I am nothing. As long as I breathe, I will continue to serve God. I am an ambassador of Christ with dignity, mentality that differentiates me from others,” the actress added.

BREAKING: NYSC EXPELS Davido

BREAKING: NYSC EXPELS Davido


Davido

A Nigerian music star,  David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido has been "dekitted" and expelled by the National Youth Service Corps for violating camp rules during the mandatory three-week orientation camp, News Proof has learned reliably.

A report according to Punch Newspaper suggests that Davido was expelled for “absconding” from the camp during the orientation camp, the Corps had to “dekit” the artiste, which brought to an end his participation in the 2018 Batch ‘B’ Stream II in Lagos State, where he had been posted.

A source from the NYSC, according to Punch said, “The NYSC was constrained to “dekit” Davido for violating the rules guiding conduct and activities in the camp. As a matter of fact, he absconded because he was away from the camp without permission. That prompted the Corps to issue him a query which was sent from Abuja. So, he is no longer a serving corps member.”

The artiste, our correspondent gathered, violated many of the scheme’s regulations.

Other NYSC bylaws violated by Davido include bringing vehicles into the orientation camp; disclosing official information; engaging in private practice; taking part in partisan politics and reporting late for duty.

However, it was also gathered that he may be remobilised for the scheme.

While replying to a post on Instagram during the week, the artiste had said that his NYSC programme had been terminated. He later deleted the comment from the post made by a friend.



Davido

A Nigerian music star,  David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido has been "dekitted" and expelled by the National Youth Service Corps for violating camp rules during the mandatory three-week orientation camp, News Proof has learned reliably.

A report according to Punch Newspaper suggests that Davido was expelled for “absconding” from the camp during the orientation camp, the Corps had to “dekit” the artiste, which brought to an end his participation in the 2018 Batch ‘B’ Stream II in Lagos State, where he had been posted.

A source from the NYSC, according to Punch said, “The NYSC was constrained to “dekit” Davido for violating the rules guiding conduct and activities in the camp. As a matter of fact, he absconded because he was away from the camp without permission. That prompted the Corps to issue him a query which was sent from Abuja. So, he is no longer a serving corps member.”

The artiste, our correspondent gathered, violated many of the scheme’s regulations.

Other NYSC bylaws violated by Davido include bringing vehicles into the orientation camp; disclosing official information; engaging in private practice; taking part in partisan politics and reporting late for duty.

However, it was also gathered that he may be remobilised for the scheme.

While replying to a post on Instagram during the week, the artiste had said that his NYSC programme had been terminated. He later deleted the comment from the post made by a friend.


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